Two-thirds (67%) of Americans say the country is heading in the wrong direction.
Four in ten (40%) Americans currently hold favorable views of Donald Trump, compared to nearly six in ten (57%) who view him unfavorably.
White Americans are notably divided by partisanship, Christian affiliation, and educational attainment.
Hispanic Christian, Black Christian, and non-Christian religious groups are more likely to live in areas hardest hit by COVID-19 cases.
New data from PRRI shows that 41% of Americans hold favorable views of President Donald Trump.
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04.30.2020
President Trump’s Favorability Ratings Recede from March’s Peak
Trump's numbers fall as coronavirus puts the country on pause.
The state of LGBT rights in America.
Americans are more likely to view President Donald Trump favorably than at any point since 2015.
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